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Winter biking

Things to Do in 2021

Covid restrictions may change the way we gather and participate in events, but that shouldn’t stop us from living our best lives in 2021. When in doubt, get outside!

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Photo courtesy of Craig Gordon

Avalanche

Avalanche, it’s a sleeping giant in the snow, waiting below the surface like a troll under the bridge. Be on top of your game this winter. Avoid avalanche danger at all costs, and be prepared.

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Timpanogos

Timpanogos

What stands 11,749’ high, has a heart, a saddle, an emerald, a shack, and some goats? If you’ve been in

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Uintas

The Western Uintas

A couple and their two kiddos stand on the summit of Bald Mountain — located in the Uinta Mountains, Northeast

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The Provo River

By Karyn Bates Anderson “A river is more than an amenity; it is a treasure. It offers a necessity of

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Heber Valley Railraod

Heber Valley Railroad

The giants of Heber Valley Railroad were sleeping the day I visited them. Standing in majesty, quietly waiting for another

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dark sky

Dark Skies

Heber Valley – it’s not only a breath of fresh air but also a growing city where one can still

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Horse Country

“Stop. Watch. What is Custom saying to you when he flicks his ears like that?” My daughter Hadley listens to

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Patriot Camp

pa-tri-ot (noun) a person who passionately supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors. A

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winter

Winning at Winter

Slipping down the Soldier Hollow tubing hill at an ever-faster speed, I couldn’t help but giggle. I had never sat

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Mountains

Summit Safety

In the beautiful Heber Valley, we have the good fortune of looking out the door and viewing some of the

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Trail Running

Trail Running

Trail running is exactly what it sounds like: running on hiking trails. This endurance sport usually provides more elevation change

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sheepdog

Dog Days of Summer

“Come By.” “Away To Me.” “That’ll Do.” Sound familiar? These are just a few of the commands sheepdog handlers often

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Search and Rescue

Search And Rescue

The Wasatch Back is a beautiful place adorned with a plethora of activities and destinations for the outdoor adventurer. Whether you’re a seasoned local or a new visitor to the area, you are likely to find yourself drawn to recreate in these great outdoors.

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Fly Fishing

A Fly Fisher’s Guide to Spring

If you’re waiting for warmer weather before you get out your pole and fly box, you’re missing out on some great fly fishing! Summer is
popular for fishing because there are a lot of hatches and fishers can use bigger flies, but spring has several of its own great hatches, too. It’s
also the first time of the year you can start catching fi sh on top of the water with a dry fly, rather than nymph fishing below the surface.

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Skijoring

Extreme Skier Meets Cowboy

What do you get when an extreme skier partners up with a cowboy and his horse? It’s called skijoring. Never heard of it? Skijoring has actually been around for centuries. The Norweigan phrase translated means ski driving or driving with skis.

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Trail Etiquette

PLAN AHEAD Check out rules and regulations for the area. Take a map and plan your trip before you go.

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